Being able to correctly count money is an essential skill for young ones. This Count Money activity is a great way for students to visualize the different types of currency and learn how to properly calculate monetary sums. Students can both drag and drop the bills they would like to count or be given a random selection to work with.
After your class gets a handle on the basics of counting money, they can continue practicing with activities like "Pay with the Least Amount", which tests their ability to use the smallest amount of coins and cash when buying something. Check out these awesome activities for your interactive white board:
- Pay with the least Amount (http://r.gynzy.com/338f21e2)
- Paying with Money (http://r.gynzy.com/ba7d42d4)
- Money: Learning about Change (http://r.gynzy.com/b2bd009d)
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